The Centennial Conference, an NCAA Division III conference of the nation’s elite small colleges, named Daniel Eidman, Muhlenberg ’18, Player of the Week. This is Eidman’s third time winning the honor as a member of Muhlenberg’s golf team.
Eidman’s week included some very impressive accomplishments. He set a new record and led his team to a tournament win.
“Eidman shot an even-par 70 to set a tournament record and help the Mules to the team title at the Muhlenberg Invitational,” Muhlenberg Sports reported. “He was 4-under for his last 11 holes and won by strokes.”
When he isn’t earning all-conference honors, Eidman is focusing on his studies and spending time with his new SigEp brothers.
“The fact that he is only a sophomore who joined SigEp a month ago and is already showing this level of conviction is impressive,” says chapter president Bryan Slominsky, ’17.
The Muhlenberg chapter has a history of recruiting varsity golfers into the chapter.
“He is proof that SigEps strive in multiple areas during college,” says Slominsky. “Not just academically, socially and professionally, but physically as well. Not only does he do all these things, but he excels at them as well.”
The Muhlenberg Invitational was the second time Brother Eidman won medalist honors at a tournament. In March, he shot another tournament record at the Alvernia Spring Invitational. According to Muhlenberg Sports, he ranks second on the team and eighth in the conference with a 75.8 stroke average.